I don't know if there are sensors in the wheel or not but I definitely do not have anything about tire pressures when scrolling thru the menus with any of the four buttons, there is just nothing there.When you say you don't have them, do you mean that you for a fact they are not installed in the tires at all or just that you can't see them reported on the DIC?
Yeah I bet it's all in the computer just not enabled, the only cost they saved is the actual monitor hardware in the wheels.Man...I guess GM really does anything they can to save costs. Crazy that they took out the TPMS in Canadian cars.
Yes I had that exact thing happen, left my GPS on while on vacation for two weeks and found myself standing in the airport parking lot with a battery so dead it would not open the trunk...where my booster cables were of course.The fold-down rear seat really *should* have been standard equipment - especially since you can't get into the trunk with a dead battery without the fold-down seat (I consider that a design flaw!!). There should have been a keyhole under the Chevy bowtie on the trunk (the kind where the bowtie slides open). It would suck to have a dead battery with all of your tools in the trunk and no way to get to them!!
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Have u ever seen where the police 8th gens. with the trunk lidThere should have been a keyhole under the Chevy bowtie on the trunk (the kind where the bowtie slides open).